God’s power has a name, and that name is love. Therefore, when we make a decision to love God and others, we make a decision to be powerful. God never fails; therefore, love never fails—
because God is love.

  1. Two fundamentals we should understand and recognize about the anointing:
    1. The Acts of Righteousness
      1. We must allow our love to be sincere without hypocrisy or phoniness (Romans 12:9).
      2. When we operate in unconditional love, we also operate in wisdom, righteousness, sanctification, and redemption.
    2. Operating in Unconditional love
      1. If we are outside of the love of God, we are destined to fail.
      2. When we function in unconditional love, we receive the power of God to do all things (Deuteronomy 11:1-14).
      3. Love is a decision. We do not always feel like loving others.
    3. We demonstrate our love for God by obeying His commandment to love.
      1. Our commitment to operate in love is often tested at home first.
      2. We mature as Christians when we develop in love.
      3. It is vital that we develop above our selfishness. God does not forget our sacrifices of love.
  2. Jesus said, “Behold, I give unto you power to tread on serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy: and nothing shall by any means hurt you” (Luke 10:19).
    1. God gives us power, which is His love. With that love, we possess authority over all of Satan’s abilities.
      1. God deals with our enemies when we walk in unconditional love.
      2. Love is the most powerful authorization we have as Christians.

Scripture References:

  • Romans 12:9
  • Deuteronomy 11:1-14
  • Luke 10:19
Pastor Robert
Redeemed Church